Companies, municipalities and individuals are obviously concerned about the possibility of employees, families and customers “sheltering in place” until the threat has lifted. However, it will soon become obvious it takes more than stores of food and water to guarantee survival. In reality, one’s best chance for survival comes from understanding the importance and techniques for maintaining a PMA (Positive Mental Attitude – engaged mind and strong will to live) and 98.6° body temperature. This concept and other critical “survival” skills are explored in detail, including:
Immediate reactions & actions • Necessities of life • Recognizing the real threats to survival • Setting survival priorities • Immediate and longer term sheltering • Insulation, clothing & warmth • Fire building considerations & techniques • Signaling basics • Food, water and sanitation • Survival first aid basics...
Join BICEPP for this fast paced, fact packed, relevant and interesting workshop. In addition to Tim’s engaging presentation, attendees will get the opportunity to participate in hands-on training that will make them even better prepared to cope with disasters. Tim will demonstrate and stress how to keep survivors positive, engaged and protected, all while accomplishing the critical tasks that will help keep people alive and comfortable until rescue comes.
Tim Kneeland, a former USAF Vietnam era SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, & Escape) instructor, has been teaching survival to military, government, municipalities, educational institutions, companies, SAR organizations, first responders, non-profit groups, and the general public since 1965. His recent and current clients include Customs & Border Protection Pilots and Marine Officers; USCG Rescue Swimmers; Charter Aircraft Crews (FAR 135.331); and CERT/Emergency Responders. Tim’s detailed bio can be found at www.SurvivalEducators.com.